ARTISTS

THOMAS MOORE

Thomas Moore’s work has appeared in various publications in the UK, USA, France and Sweden and he is a regular contributor to The Fanzine. His first novel, 'A Certain Kind of Light', was published by Rebel Satori Press. His novella, 'GRAVES' and two poetry collections, 'The Night Is An Empire and 'Skeleton Costumes', have been published by Kiddiepunk. He lives in the UK.

KIDDIEPUNK RELEASES:
- Skeleton Costumes
- All Of My Fears Are Shared With Strangers
- The Night Is An Empire
- GRAVES

O.B. DE ALESSI

O.B. De Alessi is an Italian artist working between Paris, London and Italy and currently living in Paris. She graduated from Chelsea College of Art and Design in London and from Accademia Di Belle Arti in Bologna. She has had both solo and group exhibitions in Europe as well as South America and Russia.

KIDDIEPUNK RELEASES:
- I Murder So That I May Come Back
- Theme of Sadness

LINKS:
- Website
- Blog
- "Deep Asleep" Blog

PETER SOTOS

Peter Sotos is an American writer.

His books include: "Comfort and Critique" (Void Books, 2005), "Predicate" (Creation Books, 2005), "Show Adult" (Creation Books, 2007), "Pure Filth" (Feral House, 2012) and "Mine" (Nine Banded Books, 2013).

KIDDIEPUNK RELEASES:
- Home (with Michael Salerno)

DENNIS COOPER

Dennis Cooper is an American writer and author of The George Miles Cycle, an interconnected sequence of five novels that includes 'Closer', 'Frisk', 'Try', 'Guide', and 'Period'. His post–George Miles Cycle novels include 'My Loose Thread', 'The Sluts', 'God Jr', 'The Marbled Swarm' and 'Zac's Haunted House'. He currently lives in Paris.

KIDDIEPUNK RELEASES:
- Zac's Freight Elevator
- Zac's Control Panel
- Zac's Haunted House
- French Hole

LINKS:
- Website
- Blog

MARK GLUTH

Mark Gluth was born in Cleveland, Ohio and lives in Bellingham, Washington with his wife and their three dogs. His first novel, "The Late Work of Margaret Kroftis", was published in 2010, followed by his second novel, "No Other", in 2014.

KIDDIEPUNK RELEASES:
- The Goners

LINKS:
- Blog
- The Late Work of Margaret Kroftis
- No Other - Scrapbook

JEFF JACKSON

Jeff Jackson is the author of the novel "Mira Corpora", which was a Finalist for the Los Angeles Times Book Prize and selected one of the Best Books of 2013 in Salon, Slate and The New Statesman. His short fiction has appeared in Guernica, Vice and The Common. Six of his plays have been performed in New York City by the Obie-Award winning Collapsable Giraffe theater company, including acclaimed productions of "Botanica" and "Dream of the Red Chamber: Performance for a Sleeping Audience".

KIDDIEPUNK RELEASES:
- Novi Sad

LINKS:
- Website

MARCUS WHALE

Marcus Whale is a Sydney-based composer and musician. His practice encompasses live performance, scored works, sound installation and recordings. Both solo and as part of pop music groups Collarbones and Black Vanilla, he performs and records regularly on labels Two Bright Lakes, New Weird Australia, The Finer Things and others.

KIDDIEPUNK RELEASES:
- Whale/Taylor (with Aspen Michael Taylor)
- Middle of Nowhere (video) (with Michael Salerno)

LINKS:
- Marcus Whale Facebook
- Collarbones Tumblr

SCOTT TRELEAVEN

Scott Treleaven was born in Canada in 1972. Over the past decade he has produced an extensive body of drawings, photographs, sculptures, publications, films, collaborations and collages. Though primarily recognized for his work as a visual artist, he first came to attention as a filmmaker in mid-nineties after making the world's first gay punk documentary, 'Queercore'. From 1996 to 1999 Treleaven also produced 'This is the Salivation Army', the notorious zine that would eventually be incarnated as the eponymous cult film in 2002, making its way from the underground circuit to venues like the MOMA in New York.

KIDDIEPUNK RELEASES:
- The Two Eyes Are Not Brothers

LINKS:
- Website

MARTIN BLADH

Martin Bladh (1976-) is a Swedish-born artist of multiple mediums. His work lays bare themes of violence, obsession, fantasy, domination, submission and narcissism. Bladh is a founding member of the post-industrial band IRM, the musical avant-garde unit Skin Area and co-founder of the publishing company Infinity Land Press. "The Hurtin’ Club" is his fourth book; earlier publications include "To Putrefaction", "Qualis Artifex Pereo" and "DES". He lives and works in London.

KIDDIEPUNK RELEASES:
- The Hurtin' Club

LINKS:
-
Website
- Infinity Land Press

ZELDA JUNE

Zelda June ​documents the ​New​ American South. ​Their ​experimental documentaries, music videos, and photographs have​ been shared via outlets such as Anthology Film Archives, ​Slamdance, Los Angeles Filmforum, Photographer's Forum Magazine, and VICE. They work out of a treehouse in the Carolinas.

KIDDIEPUNK RELEASES:
- This is Yates

LINKS:
- Website

TERENCE HANNUM

Terence Hannum (b. 1979, USA) is an artist and musician based in Baltimore, MD. He has had numerous solo and group shows across the US and Europe. Hannum has performed music solo and with avant-metal trio Locrian (Relapse Records), and in collaboration with Nicolas Lobo at De La Cruz Collection (Miami) and Scott Treleaven at Kavi Gupta Gallery (Chicago).

KIDDIEPUNK RELEASES:
- A.Y.P.S.

LINKS:
- Website
- Locrian Band site

KEN BAUMANN

Ken Baumann is a writer, designer and publisher. He wrote the novels 'Solip' (Tyrant Books) and 'Say, Cut, Map' (Blue Square Press), as well as the non-fiction book 'EarthBound' (Boss Fight Books). He owns and operates Sator Press, a non-profit publishing company.

KIDDIEPUNK RELEASES:
- The Sky Went Red While He Was Inside

LINKS:
- Website
- Sator Press Website

STEVEN PURTILL

Steven Purtill lives in northwestern Washington state.

KIDDIEPUNK RELEASES:
- Brother/Sister

LINKS:
- Vimeo

SAMMY STEIN

Sammy Stein is a French artist based in Paris. He draws, makes comics and publishes books but he is also involved in photography, writing, music and other things… In 2010 he co-created, 'Collection Revue', a bilingual magazine about contemporary drawing. He organizes exhibitions, publishes books and silkscreen prints. In 2014 he released the book 'LAGON', a 300-page anthology of experimental and contemporary comic/graphic novels.

KIDDIEPUNK RELEASES:
- Hidden Holes, Secret Rooms, Trap Door and Mysterious Castles

LINKS:
- Website